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Project Temporality




Project Temporality 


Project Temporality is like a lot of indie games in this modern day and age. Someone has a clever, and/or interesting idea for a video game. Usually some kind of a game play mechanic. They flesh that idea out into a game. Sometimes these indie games are lacking, and sometimes they are awesome.

Project Temporality reminds me of Portal in some ways. Project Temporality is a third person puzzle game. we have to work our way through areas. The main game play mechanic we have is time. That and the ability to clone ourselves on the fly.

Most video games make you play with yourself. In Project Temporality it is mandatory to progress. Run down a hallway, and trigger a switch. Rewind time, split yourself, and one of your characters goes to the switch while the other one goes through the door once it is opened. Very clever.

I notice some mild language issues in Project Temporality. Which is lame considering how quiet this Personal Computer game is. I won't spoil any of the story elements that relate to Project Temporality. If you decide to play Project Temporality then you can learn all about them.

The controls in Project Temporality are a little convoluted. There is partial controller support for Project Temporality. I could not get everything to work with the controller though. So I would have to use the keyboard for things like rewinding time.

Project Temporality looks okay for a PC game. Certainly better than many of the indie games on the market. Don't move the camera around too quickly or things look glitchy. Plus I found some lag while moving around the camera. Not bad, but noticeable.

From start to finish the reason to play Project Temporality is the main game play mechanic. Think about being in more than one place at a time. Players are allowed to clone themselves multiple times. Rewinding time is a nice game play mechanic in Project Temporality.
- Luke


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: DeFrost Games
Developer: DeFrost Games
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
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